We are proud to partner with the North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center to offer pro bono opportunities to our members. Learn more about the NCPBRC’s offerings and join them soon for a virtual or in person event.Visit the North Carolina Pro Bono Resource Center
Volunteer with NCAJ
Get involved today to engage with your fellow advocates for justice and further develop your leadership skills.
Pro Bono Opportunities & Offerings
What are NCAJ Members doing in Pro Bono? Read the NCAJ Blog on Pro Bono.
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Serve as an NCAJ Leader
Members who volunteer their time and talent are at the heart of NCAJ’s work. Together, we accomplish great things and continue to empower a strong community of trial lawyers in North Carolina.
Join an NCAJ Committee
If you have an interest in serving on one of NCAJ’s committees, contact Courtney Jones for details.
Serve as a CLE Program Chair
Interested in helping to craft and design future CLE programming? Consider the role of CLE Program Chair. The CLE Program Chair assists in putting an excellent educational program together for their colleagues and peers. Contact Veronica McKoy for more details.
Speak at an NCAJ CLE
Are you a less experienced speaker? Then co-present! We can pair you with a more experienced attorney. This approach not only halves the preparation time, it also provides you with a new mentor. Contact Veronica McKoy to learn more.
Be an Author for NCAJ
Call for Amicus Brief authors
Help write an amicus brief for presentation at the North Carolina or federal appellate courts. An amicus brief requires the greatest time commitment from a volunteer, and it is only warranted in exceptional cases. To ensure consistent high quality, the Legal Affairs Counsel or a designated expert in the field will review the brief before filing. Contact Sam McGee to volunteer.
Write for Trial Briefs Magazine
Do you have an interesting article or content to share with the NCAJ Trial Briefs readership? Contact Amber Nimocks to let us know.